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· July, 2011

Stories about Youth from July, 2011

21 July 2011

Azerbaijan: Release Jabbar Savalan Campaign

Cuba: Approaching “Adulthood”

Jamaica: BMW Owner Charged

China: Bring Your Books to Rural Villages

A prominent Chinese scholar is encouraging netizens to "bring their books to the villages". Now a number of centres have been set up in cities across the country to handle...

20 July 2011

Cuba: Killed for Stealing Fruit

Chile: Students Take Over Schools Demanding Education Reform

Students have taken over hundreds of schools throughout Chile, turning their classrooms into temporary homes while they demand free and higher quality education. They are sharing their movement online through...

16 July 2011

Bangladesh: Sexual Assault By A Teacher Triggers Student Uprising

The recent protests at the Viqarunnisa Noon School and College (VNC) in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, has stirred much buzz in the Bangladeshi blogosphere. After a three-fold campaign via Blogs,...

15 July 2011

Germany: Rocking the Wall of the GDR

Morocco: A Personal Tale of Protest

The Moroccan pro-democracy movement known as February 20, struggles to communicate with the public amid a government-led campaign to discredit it. The movement primarily uses the Internet to explain its...

14 July 2011

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Sex Education

South Sudan: Messages of #LoveFromSudan

On the eve of the independence of South Sudan, a group of young Sudanese started a movement that is trying to start a conversation between North and South to create...

Uzbekistan: World-known brands to denounce child labor

Africa: Of Misunderstandings, the Best Laid Plans and Language Challenge

Find out about what's on the minds of a variety of African bloggers with Global Voices author Paula Odhiambo.

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